Protests against police brutality take place in Detroit, Warren

Protests happening across the country

DETROIT – There have been protests across the country in response to the killing of George Floyd in Minneosta.

On Tuesday, there were demonstrations in Warren and in Detroit. As of 6 p.m., the protest in Detroit had remained peaceful.

READ: Detroit officials ‘proud’ of peaceful protestors downtown Monday; city curfew to remain in effect

The protest against police brutality began at Detroit Police Department Headquarters, but took a different route than Monday’s protest. Demonstrators closed both sides of Gratiot.

Watch the video below for a report from Detroit:


Just after 6 p.m. a group of about 75-100 protesters were going north on Van Dyke, just north of 9 Mile Road in Warren.

They marched past a new police station. They told Local 4 crews their protest is meant to stay peaceful.

Watch the report from Warren below:

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